BEST WESTERN PLUS Parkway Inn & Conference Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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We slept fine in our first attempt at camping. The state park was quiet and clean. The tents went up in the dark with no problems. Good thing Lee and Kathy put up the tent and slept out in their yard before the trip. When things were set up and bags spread on top of out thermoset pads we stopped for some whiskey. Showers to wash off the bug spray and into our cocoons we went. Up early we joke around with the woman staffing the fee booth, ...
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We wanted to send off this blog so that all of you would know what to expect as we start our Journey. The last few days have been hectic tying up all the fine details including a move for the Badgers! So here it is exactly 24 hours from our flight time. We will arrive in Toulouse, France at 6 am on the 26th, train to St. Jean ...
... tried to take some photos/selfies and to let it all soak in and think about how lucky I am to be here. I strolled the city again down by the waterfront and around the shopping and eating areas of King and Queen St and then I met Libby for a coke and smoke outside of her work- highlight of my day haha that's terrible to say. Not sure why I smoked but I enjoyed it. Libby took me to the Distillary which was amazing and artsy. Designed around ...
... in speed. We skirted the metropolitan area using the 407 toll road. I had packed Subway sandwiches the night before, so we stopped at one of the picnic areas next to an OnRoute to rest and eat.
We were in Cornwall by early evening at the Comfort Inn. This hotel was in desperate need of an update. In simpler words, it was a dump, in my opinion. The paper was peeling off the walls and there was some mould in the ...
... with lots of history. The water pic is taken from the Village, looking across the water to the USA. The Chrysler Battle took place here at Chrysler's farm on the ban...ks of the St Lawrence river in 1813. This was known as the Battle that saved Canada. We got to check out Cheese making, among many other things. Took home a beaut loaf of fresh bread, yum, still hot, and made from flour etc milled at the Village, also got some cheese. Thanks Ronnie, great ...